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10 February 2018 Current Affairs

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Current Affairs 10 February 2018 – Headlines

  • A school in Japan specially designed school uniform with Italian fashion brand Giorgio Armani worth Rs. 47,000/- for its students.
  • A yoga instructor in US California is offering ‘Ganja Yoga’ classes. In this class, people can smoke before practicing yoga.
  • Saudi Arabia temporarily banned imports of live birds, producing eggs and chicks from India to overcome the bird flu.
  • The IAF officer who leaked information to Pakistan for sex chats got arrested announced by the Deputy Commissioner of Police.
  • On the second day of Rajim Kumbh Mela in Chhattisgarh, almost 2100 women played sankh to create a record.

Current Affairs Today – Current Affairs 10 February 2018

Javed Akhtar: Loudspeakers shouldn’t be used in mosques

Today's Current Affairs

Famous lyricist Javed Akhtar said that loudspeakers shouldn’t be used in mosques or in any other religious places which are near to residential areas. He also added that he supports singer Sonu Nigam about his tweet on Muslims’ call to prayer is used to waking up in the morning.

Tabu: Society has problem to accept women as single

Latest Current Affairs

While talking about judgmental people, Tabu said that society has a problem in accepting a woman being single. She also added that it is her choice to get married or not and initially she bothered about all these issues but now not anymore.

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PepsiCo Chairman and CEO appointed as ICC’s first independent female director

Daily Current Affairs

Indra Nooyi, Chairman & CEO of PepsiCo appointed as the first ever independent female director for International Cricket Council. She will take charge from June 2018 for two years. the main aim to appoint a woman is to improve the global governance of the sport.

Forbes released its first-ever Crypto Rich List

Current Affairs Today

Business magazine Forbes recently released cryptocurrency rich list for the first time with includes 20 wealthiest people in the cryptocurrency space. As per Forbes reports Ripple Co-founder Chris Larsen topped the list.

Government: No proposal to ban junk food advertisements on TV

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Information and Broadcasting Ministry announced that there is no proposal by the Lok Sabha to ban any kind of Junk food advertisements on TV. But it is advised that to the lower house of the decision by nine major food business operators to not advertise high fat, sugar, and salt food products on children’s channels.

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